The idea that blood flow promotes a number of health benefits is very old news. Sex toys being disguised as other objects, or vibrators being used for something other than sex, is also nothing surprising.
One famous singer also showed off her vibrator she uses are part of her skincare routine.
Stir this all together and we get stories like Tanya Rennie’s.
The 37-year-old mum figured she would jump on the hair-vibration wagon after she saw her thinning hairline in a photo. She bought a 30-speed “magic vibrating full-body sports massager” thinking it would rescue her lovely locks.
But of all the people that could have pointed out the mistaken purchase, it was her husband that spotted the problematic purchase.
“Why are you leaving sex toys around?” he asked, after he walked into the kitchen and saw it lying next to the kettle.
Tanya tried to explain what (she thought was the truth) by whipping out her phone and showing the invoice on her phone.
“That’s not for your head.” He took it out of the box. “Put that on your head.”
The Plymouth mum turned it on and poked her scalp. The reaction was instantaneous and blush-filled.
“The penny dropped for me and I thought it was even funnier that it didn’t even click.”
Now, she could have tossed out the 13-pound toy, but instead, she says she saving it for a “rainy day”.
At least she wasn’t unlucky as some women who have their stash accidentally displayed to the public by some dog thinking it’s a toy or kids figuring it was some kind of space ship or submarine.
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